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Panning is an interaction technique that helps to navigate within a view. Instead of using a bounded view, an user interface that supports panning typically has no bounds. That means, it is possible to navigate in any direction without limitations given through bounds. Mostly, navigation with panning is realized by dragging the mouse above a view and the view goes along with the mouse movements.
 
Panning is an interaction technique that helps to navigate within a view. Instead of using a bounded view, an user interface that supports panning typically has no bounds. That means, it is possible to navigate in any direction without limitations given through bounds. Mostly, navigation with panning is realized by dragging the mouse above a view and the view goes along with the mouse movements.
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See also: [[Scroll]]
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[[Category: Glossary]]

Latest revision as of 17:29, 2 August 2006

Panning is an interaction technique that helps to navigate within a view. Instead of using a bounded view, an user interface that supports panning typically has no bounds. That means, it is possible to navigate in any direction without limitations given through bounds. Mostly, navigation with panning is realized by dragging the mouse above a view and the view goes along with the mouse movements.

See also: Scroll